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Ennerdale and Kinniside Parish Council

Parish Council Meeting

Next meeting is 14th September 2016

7:00 pm at St Mary's Church, Ennerdale

Meetings are open to members of the public, and we would like to hear any issues

you would care to raise.

Public participation is always early on the agenda, so you won't be kept waiting all

evening!

If you would like to register your attendance in advance, please contact the Clerk,

Susan Denham-Smith

Neighbourhood Watch

After many years of coordinating the Watch scheme, David Wood will be stepping down, and the Reverend Ian Parker, and Councillor Ian Topping will take over the duties.  We will be updating the database of registered members, so please keep an eye out for our leaflet.

Speedwatch Volunteers

The Speedwatch group are currently on the lookout for more volunteers to help run the traffic monitoring scheme.  If you are interested or would like to know more, please contact Councillor Ian Topping.

Superfast Broadband

The project is currently running some 14 months behind schedule due to difficulties in routing the fibre to the communities around the Lamplugh exchange.  Current expectation is to have fibre to the street cabinet in Ennerdale by the end of September, barring any unexpected difficulties.  We will post updates as we receive the information

Multi Use Games Area

Friday 1st July saw Jamie Reed Mp conduct the official opening of the new MUGA. Full story available courtesy of the Whitehaven News, here. The equipment at Bridge Park has now been decommissioned and the area returned to the Church, and will become a quiet garden space.

Vacancies

VACANCY FOR A COUNCILLOR.  There is a vacancy on the above Council caused by Resignation. (June 2016)

The Gather @ The Ennerdale Centre

The Gather shop and cafe opened in April, bringing a much needed asset back to the community. More information can be found here.  
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